2001 Muller-Catoir Gimmeldinger Schlössel Rieslaner Beerenauslese Pfalz (375ml)

SKU #1333060 Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Apricot and persimmon, sage and mint in the nose. On the palate this has a very smoky cast, with forceful pungency and some of the same icy heat as the corresponding Auslese. Plum paste, citrus marmalade and almond paste. Scheurebe-like mintiness and smoky, salty residues cling to the fruit in the finish. (DS)  (11/2002)

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